Slovenian European Union and NATO membership referendum, 2003

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A referendum on membership of the European Union and NATO was held in Slovenia on 23 March 2003. Voters were asked two questions;

  1. Do you agree to the proposal that the Republic of Slovenia become a member of the European Union?
  2. Do you agree to the proposal that the Republic of Slovenia should become a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)?

Both questions received a majority in favour, with 89.61% voting for EU membership and 66.02% for NATO membership. Voter turnout was 60.23%.[1]

Results[edit]

Question 1[edit]

Choice Votes %
For 864,542 89.61
Against 100,229 10.39
Invalid/blank votes 4,806 -
Total 969,577 100
Source: IFES

Question 2[edit]

Choice Votes %
For 634,068 66.02
Against 326,414 33.98
Invalid/blank votes 4,806 -
Total 969,577 100
Source: IFES

References[edit]

  1. ^ Results IFES